I just paid $175 to replace a bearing in an '03 mustang, did I overpay?

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Asked by Apr 18, 2013 at 03:42 PM about the 2003 Ford Mustang Base

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

I could not do the work myself due to time conflicts and a trip in the near future.  The part looks like it costs about 45 bucks? but I
am not really sure of a front bearing replacement costs?  Would I have needed any special tools that would have increased my
own cost of doing it myself?

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On my Grand AM, the part (bearing and wheel speed sensor) alone is around $100. If I have my local garage replace it, it's $300 with a one year warranty.

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27,235

Sounds pretty cheap really. If your talking about a wheel bearing that is

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145

Figure $100hr labor on avg plus shop use fees and part cost. Sounds about right to me

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